MeCam helps you record your everyday affairs casually
Have you ever wished that there were moments in your life where you could have recorded the particular conversation because a dispute rose up later on that concerned “who-said-what” – definitely a sticky situation that nobody would like. Well, here is something that might just help you out, the MeCam which has been described as a small hands-free video camera which can be pinned to a shirt or worn as a necklace, while carrying enough internal memory to capture a couple of hours of first-person footage.
After all, there are some moments in life where you are simply not ready to capture it, but wished you were. This is where the MeCam definitely comes in handy, offering the ability for one to capture those spontaneous, memorable moments using a small, hands-free video camera. Martin is the person behind the MeCam, bringing to life his vision for everyone to be able to shoot impromptu images without missing a beat.
It does not matter whether you pin it to your shirt or wear it as a necklace, the MeCam will be able to catch just about every instant from a first-person point of view, as it records each moment that happens the way users see it. You can upload the video to your computer in a jiffy over USB, and not only that, you can also share your videos using the variety of social media outlets.
Martin said, “Life moves fast, and the best moments are usually the unexpected. With a MeCam, users can now have a hands-free camera capable of recording their life on the go.”
The MeCam wearable video camera measures under two inches in diameter, and will tip the scales at under two ounces. The MeCam records video in 720p high-definition resolution at 30 frames per second, where it is powered by a lithium-ion battery for 80 minutes of non-stop run time and up to 4 hours of video storage on a microSD memory card. $49.99 does seem to make the MeCam a steal, don’t you think so?